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Ongoing Livestream Mosaic Workshops 
I will not be teaching in-person workshops in 2020, and 2021 holds little promise. However, I will be offering a limited number of livestream video workshops and independent sessions in the coming months.

Join me to learn my fluid double reverse method and tricks of the trade. In the course of four weeks, work at your own pace in your own space to produce a small stained glass mosaic.


We meet four times: three 2-hour sessions on Friday of three consecutive weeks. The final session (for performing the double flip and adherence to substrate) will be scheduled individually at an agreed-upon time in week four.


All are welcome, regardless of art experience, because I will tailor our time together to best meet your needs and my skill set.


Prior to the workshop you will receive a list of materials, step-by-step procedures, and list of resource links. Two or more demonstration videos for set up and flipping will be available on FB.


To handle questions and difficulties between sessions, participants may contact me via email, a private FB group site, and my Virtual Studio Hours on Sunday.


A La Carte Private Sessions (vs full course workshops) 

  • Choose from a selection of topics or tailor the session to meet your needs. Examples of such sessions include: How to do the FDR technique, how to select images, how to select glass, how to frame, how to stack, and how to create illusions of space. Sessions 1-2 hour(s).

I am assembling a mailing list and expect to offer one or two workshops (2-hour live sessions, once per week over 4 weeks) sometime in what remains of 2020. The day and times are yet to be determined. If you are a small group, consider suggesting a day and time that suits your schedule. Send a message in the popup or email or, better yet, video conference with me during my Virtual Studio Hours: No fee. Sundays, 8-10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time (GMT - 07:00). 
*I use Zoom to video conference; however, you do not need to install Zoom to meet with me. Simply ignore the prompt to install the Zoom app when you click on the link. You will be able to join the meeting through your web browser.
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